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January,2019 Issue

Abstract:

Furniture is a complementary part of living spaces that offer individuals a grandeur with its size, form and comfort. The top priorities in formatting depend on such things as the area of use, the ability to best respond to user requests and needs. For this reason, it can be manufactured in a wide variety of features, with different materials, colors, tissue and shapes. Another factor in formation is the choice of material which can be changed depending on the use area and the cost. Cost and applicability, additional functions that can be loaded depending on the field of use (such as relocating, removing, attaching, stacking) affect the choice of material, and it affects the design. Plastic materials can rapidly respond to new technologies and give the most opportunity to trial and error. In this study; the history of plastic materials, their production methods, classification, and responses to environmental influences have been presented. The plastic materials have more opportunities in terms of form when compared with other materials used in furniture design and production processes. Contribution of plastic materials to furniture production and design has been demonstrated with examples. 


Abstract:

Cocculus laurifolius (laurel leaf snail seed) belongs to family Menispermaceae is a medicinally active plant and have been traditionally used as a muscle relaxant, diuretic, antihypertensive and antiepileptic. Consequently the plant have been studied for its biological activities and has been shown to possess antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal, hypotensive, anxiolytic, antidepressant, anticonvulsant, sedative/hypnotic and neuromuscular blocking properties.


Abstract:

Background: Traumatic cataract remains an important cause of visual impairment and physical as well as vocational disability in spite of recent diagnostic and therapeutic advances.  Objective: To study the post operative complications while treating the traumatic cataract cases. Methods: This was a prospective study conducted from October 2010 to September 2012. Total 92 cases were included in the study. Results: In 79.3% cases, SICS with PCIOL implantation, in 6.5% ECCE with PCIOL implantation and in 5.4% of cases secondary PCIOL was given as treatment. Common intra-operative problem encountered were un-dilated and distorted pupil (16.3%), positive vitreous pressure (13 %) and posterior capsular tear (10.8%). Striate keratopathy was seen in 17.4% cases, iris pigment deposit in 15-2% and anterior uveitis in 25% cases within 1 week postoperative period. At 6 weeks follow up, Pupillary capture, posterior capsular opacification, and cystoids macular oedema were 7.6%, 6.5% and 7.6% respectively. At the end of three months, posterior capsular opacification was 16.3% and astigmatism was 41.3%. Conclusion: While managing the cases of traumatic cataract, complications starting from intra-operative problems to different types of late post-operative complications at different intervals of time may be seen, which have to be managed timely for better out come.